During the past 25 years, Zambia has made tremendous progress in preventing deaths and improving health among women, newborns, and children. Despite this, many still do not receive basic health services and lack access to essential medicines, products, and technologies. This report demonstrates the potential impact of increased prioritization of reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health commodities and interventions in order to support advocates as they interact with decision-makers to influence policy and budget changes.
Corporate author(s): PATH
Publication date: September 2016
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